The 19th-century castle sits nestled on a hill just outside the enchanting town of Füssen, in Bavaria. It’s situated between the Ammergau and Allgäu Alps, near a beautiful alpine resort, especially popular for its water sports.
The Black Forest, or Schwarzwald, is located in the south-west of Germany. It got its name from the impressive canopy hanging over the mountain range in Baden-Württemberg.
The Black Forest
Located in Potsdam, the Sanssouci Palace is a historical structure that was built by the Prussian king, Fedrick the Great. The single-story palace was built in 1745, with an elliptical dome in the centre.
Sanssouci Palace and Park
Located in the Mitte district, it’s a neoclassical monument that was commissioned by the Prussian king, Fredrick William II, in the 18th-century.
The Brandenburg Gate
The Cologne Cathedral, also known as Kölner Dom, is one of the largest cathedrals in Europe and began construction in the 1200s.
Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom)
One of Germany’s best natural landmarks, Insel Mainau, is an island nestled in the middle of Lake Constance.
Mainau Island in Lake Constance